openability

openability

(ˌəʊpənəˈbɪlətɪ)
n
the quality or characteristic of being able to be opened
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A spokesman said: "We have worked closely with our pie can manufacturers to improve the openability of the can.
Exploring the 'openability' of hospital food and beverage packaging by older adults.
Rewritten, updated, and extended to include new developments, this edition has new chapters on closures and sealing systems, with new sections on closures for plastic and composite containers and recent research on openability and consumer strength and dexterity, as well as a chapter on the optical, mechanical, and barrier properties of thermoplastic polymers, which includes information from the chapter on permeability properties.
Developed for use by Crown Food Europe--Cans and Closures, a business unit of Crown Holdings, the closure was designed to offer consumers enhanced openability and convenience for products in glass jars.
It's all about balancing the ever-changing marketing demands to make products stand out in supermarket shelves whilst maintaining performance levels in terms of strength and openability. You have to be careful when "lightweighting" PET bottles because you can't reduce the strength of the packaging so much that it might adversely affect the quality of the product and reduce its shelf life.
If it's going to someone who's less passionate about your cause, then a "blind" outer envelope helps increase openability. After all, you have to open an envelope like that, don't you?
* Peel strength of adhesive sealed needle and syringe packs to qualify 'openability'
It will be rejected if it fails practical tests like portability, openability, durability, shelf-life, recognizability, legibility (that is, printing quality).
Horror movies depend more on long-term playability than short-term openability to generate profits.
Hormel Foods wanted to take the highly recognizable luncheon meat container from a three-piece steel can to a two-piece aluminum can, with a push for improved openability. Silgan accepted the challenge to develop a more convenient and consumer-friendly container with a market introduction set for just two years away.
* Personalization: The single biggest "openability" influence, Pitney Bowes found, is a "specific, correctly spelled name." Says Weiss: "In this age of information, 'current resident' or 'occupant' just doesn't cut it any more." Even when a name is misspelled, he adds, the envelope is more likely to be opened than its generically addressed counterpart.
Can personalization really help improve the "openability" of catalogs?